You have have your say on the review of a Public Space Protection Order designed to reduce dog fouling.
COVID-19 has had a big impact on our daily lives. The Box wants to capture your memories of coronavirus to create a record for future generations to understand how and why our lives changed in 2020.
We are planning to restart our garden waste collections by Monday 24 August – sooner if possible.
The service would normally have started up in April but had to be paused due to COVID-19 restrictions and the need to prioritise the city’s essential bin collections with reduced staff numbers.
More than 90 per cent of Council services in Plymouth are now available despite the nationwide disruption caused by COVID-19.
Could you help change a child’s life by becoming a foster carer?
We are looking for people who might consider becoming a foster carer and help support children who need care.
The Government is advising everyone to wear a face covering in enclosed public spaces where social distancing isn’t possible and where you will come into contact with people you do not normally meet.
Parking in Plymouth’s car parks and on-street bays is being made cash-free as part of a package of measures to help people stay safe as the city begins to reopen.
Refuse collections are continuing as usual despite the coronavirus outbreak.
Please continue to put out your green or brown bin on your usual collection days.
Key public services will be better connected with residents across Plymouth, the South Hams and West Devon, thanks to a new ultrafast fibre broadband network that will be rolled later this year.
We are leaving more grass verges and boundaries across the city to grow wilder this year which will encourage more wildflowers and bees.